MP: BJP Secures Majority in 11 Urban Local Bodies, Congress in Eight

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Last Updated: January 23, 2023, 23:33 IST

The urban local bodies which went to polls included 24-member municipal council in Raghogarh, the home turf of Congress veteran and Rajya Sabha member Digvijaya Singh(Representational pic/AP)

The results of elections to 19 urban local bodies, held on Friday, were declared on Monday in which BJP candidates won 183 post of councillors, while the Congress emerged victorious in 143 civic wards

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday secured majority in 11 urban local bodies spread across five districts in Madhya Pradesh, while the Congress managed to get majority in eight others, according to results.

The results of elections to 19 urban local bodies, held on Friday, were declared on Monday in which BJP candidates won 183 post of councillors, while the Congress emerged victorious in 143 civic wards.

The urban local bodies which went to polls included 24-member municipal council in Raghogarh, the home turf of Congress veteran and Rajya Sabha member Digvijaya Singh.

According to State Election Commission Secretary Rakesh Singh, of the 343 post of councillors which were up for grabs in 19 urban bodies across five districts, 183 were won by the BJP and 143 by the Congress, while the rest were bagged by independent candidates.

In the Raghogarh Municipal Council, the Congress and the BJP registered victory in 16 and eight wards, respectively, he said.

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